The majority of American consumers (62 percent) join retail loyalty programs so they can get discounts on the things they buy most, yet only about one third of Americans (36 percent) received a reward or promotion that made them come back to the store again, and 1 in 4 (27 percent) of consumers complain they have received a reward or promotion for something they would never buy.



Stat: The majority of American consumers (62 percent) join retail loyalty programs so they can get discounts on the things they buy most, yet only about one third of Americans (36 percent) received a reward or promotion that made them come back to the store again, and 1 in 4 (27 percent) of consumers complain they have received a reward or promotion for something they would never buy.

Stat Categories: Loyalty Program / Rewards Stats

Tags: loyalty program loyalty program,rewards loyalty program,rewards,miles loyalty program,rewards,miles,points

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Stat Source: ACI Worldwide Study

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): Retail Solutions Online

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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